- An example of evasion is not paying income taxes for ten years.
- An example of evasion is purposely being in a different room from your ex-girlfriend at a party.
- an evading; specif., an avoiding of a duty, question, etc. by deceit or cleverness
- a way of doing this; subterfuge
Origin of evasionMiddle English and amp; Old French ; from Classical Latin evasio ; from evasus, past participle of evadere: see evade
- The act or an instance of evading.
- A means of evading; a subterfuge.
Origin of evasionMiddle English evasioun, from Old French evasion, from Late Latin &emacron;v&amacron;si&omacron;, &emacron;v&amacron;si&omacron;n-, from Latin &emacron;v&amacron;sus, past participle of &emacron;v&amacron;dere, to evade; see evade.
(countable and uncountable, plural evasions)
From Middle French évasion, from Late Latin evasionem (accusative of evasio).
evasion - Computer Definition
To undertake an attack in such a way that it remains undetected by the Intrusion Detection System. Typically, an attacker has to know how an IDS reacts to certain attack patterns; the attacker then changes these patterns so that the attack blends in with the rest of the traffic and thus remains undetected.
See Also: Intrusion Detection System.